Item description for Walking Between Worlds: A Novel of an American in Mexico by Robert Alquzok...
In this fiction novel based on a true story, an American fellow from Tennessee has an interest in Mexico, learning the language and culture, investigating ancient cliff paintings, exploring, and travelling. Roland Jocelyn makes repeated trips over a period of several years to a small and quaint town called Bustamante, Nuevo Leon, situated at the foot of a beautiful mountain range, which includes the Lion's Head Mountain.
It is very rare for an American, with no Mexican roots, to visit and spend considerable time in a small town in Mexico. Roland enjoys numerous adventures, both in town and in the mountains, and he enjoys making friends, some of them becoming so special that they influence him to visit Bustamante more frequently.
However, Roland also makes some enemies, even though he never does anything intentionally wrong, and he gets himself into some danger at times. Read about the surprises, adventures, and malicious gossip that a small town can offer, from having a great time enjoying friends to being viciously run off, including shrewd tactics involving the police!
Join Roland in his adventures as he battles rumors, gossip, and the subtle forces of evil in efforts to continue his favorite friendships in that town.
Read about misunderstandings & weird experiences . . . for his romantic interests in a young woman.
Can he overcome the obstacles?
Can he successfully establish a good reputation among the locals?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.02" Height: 1.03" Weight: 1.43 lbs.
Publisher Armstrong Valley Publishing
ISBN 1928798020 ISBN13 9781928798026
Availability 80 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 02:20.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Walking Between Worlds: A Novel of an American in Mexico?
Truly a stimulating and thought provoking novel Mar 21, 2002
I just finished reading Walking Between Worlds, and I enjoyed it very much. I loved the diary-type story and it gave me a new perspective on bridges, friendships, coincidences, dreams, and even predestination as well as religion and many other things. I honestly could not put the book down once I started reading it. When I got to the end of the novel I was relieved to learn that Roland had actually survived to tell his story. There were times while reading the novel when I was sure I would eventually learn that Roland would "meet his demise", and or succumb to some negative "higher powers". In fact, while reading it I "guessed ahead" that the book's ending would reveal someone else was writing this story from the deceased Roland's diary. So to me, the novel was a diary and also a mystery with a happy ending. I finally learned that Roland was smart enough and stubborn enough to survive in spite of some of life's most negative offerings. The novel also forced me to pause and give thought to several emotions and feelings (both positive and negative). Among those were loneliness, approval, rejection, trust, anger, lust, and even revenge. The book was truly a stimulating and thought provoking novel. Thanks so much Mr. Alquzok for writing Walking Between Worlds. It was a great novel, and I very much enjoyed reading it.